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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Saga Of Sleepless Nights – 4
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kankariya maar ke jagaaya. . .
kal tu mere sapne mein aaya. . .

I believe this is another so verily a commonplace experience, waking up in the darkness of the night. The structured minds and the regimented ‘scientific’ thought process, has a very different view of what this sleeplessness is. On the other hand, a romantic, poetic mind will have an expression so totally different, and so wonderfully human. And if that mind is familiar with, and is a connoisseur of Hindi film music, that mind will have simply no difficulty in understanding. For there is so much that the song writers have written, and so much that the singers have rendered. . . about this waking up in the middle of a deep sleep.

Sleep itself has been a subject of so much investigation, and philosophy, over the centuries as the human mind made efforts to comprehend this elusive phenomena, that is omnipresent, and yet it defies examination, for such obvious reasons. Philosophers have equated this state of human existence as a temporary ‘death’ – we know not where we are, or have been, from the moment that we lose the power to process the inputs coming in from the five senses, to the moment when we once again feel the pressure touch of the bed (or whatever one has reclined on), signaling that the mind and the senses are back once again to the world of the familiar. For a very brief, fleeting moment, we have this opportunity that we may focus and capture the last of the signals coming in from a world where we have been, for the past few hours. Alas, but the waking mind immediately starts to buzz with – ‘the things to be done’ in this new day. That fleeting opportunity vanishes in a fraction of a moment.

I recall the lines from the hit single by Peter Sarstedt. I am sure many readers will recall the song “Where Do You Go To My Lovely, When You Are Alone In Your Bed. . .”. This song made it to the top charts in 1969, and was a very popular number on the request programs in the 1970s. The song represents the seminal query in trying to understand what is this state of being asleep.

More than the moment of waking up in the new day, it is this waking up in the middle of night that probably could be a more opportunistic moment to consciously follow this exploratory thought process. The sensory inputs are minimal at that time. However, the greater distractions come from within the mind itself, as it immediately starts searching for the most recent input responsible for this midnight wakefulness. Sometimes it creates a worry and stress. Sometimes the mind may recall the remnants of a dream that was playing on the subconscious screen, just a moment before. Sometimes, the mind may zero in on an unfamiliar uncharacteristic sound of recent origin, that disturbed the mind strongly enough. Sometimes, the mind fails to register anything, and then just a fear, an unknown apprehension starts to build within. So many innumerable situations may develop immediately in the mind, to explain and to explore this disturbance in sleep.

For the poète romantique, this middle of the night wakefulness is yet another expression of an amorous tryst, wherein the sudden wakefulness is attributed to the presence of the beloved, or the presence of the thoughts of the beloved. The presence may be real, or it may be in thoughts and dreams, that feel so intensely real, that the personal consciousness that was lost somewhere in the planes of the subconscious, or maybe even deeper, gets a nudge that is sharp enough to push it back into the conscious plane. And so, the poet’s mind will spell it out in words like “Kankariya Maar Ke Jagaaya. . . Kal Tu Mere Sapne Mein Aaya. . .”. Or it may be “Balam Torey Kaaran Nindiya Na Aawe” (‘Calcutta After Midnight’, 1937).
Or maybe “Sapnon Mein Aane Waale Hamko Jaga Rahe Hain” (‘Parbat Pe Apna Dera’,1944).
Or maybe, “Chhed Gayo Mohey Sapne Mein Shyaam” (‘Jhaanjar’, 1953).
Or maybe “Meethi Meethi Neend Mein Soi Thee Jawaani, Jagaa Gaya Koi Deke Pyaar Ki Nishaani” (‘Laakhon Mein Ek’, 1955).
Or maybe “Apne Khayaalon Ko Samjhaa Deejiye” (‘Marine Drive’, 1955)
Or maybe another, “Aankhon Se Nindiya Aankhein Churaaye” (‘Kaala Chashma’, 1962).

And there are more, many more such expressions that tell so many variations of this theme. The song I present today is from an obscure Bhojpuri film, ‘Hamaar Sansaar’ (1965). Initially I was planning this post with the audio of the song, when I realized that I do have this film in my collection. As I looked it up, and it is better that I looked it up, I find one extra antaraa in the video version. The audio has two stanzas, and the video clip has three. The song is written by Majrooh Sb, and the music director is Shyam Sharma. Ah yes, a name that we are familiar with, as dear Bharat Bhai introduced him on this blog, with his series ‘Sureeli Suman’. Thus far, Shyam Sharma has appeared only as a composer for NFS. With this post, he is now also introduced as a music director for film songs. Although the two outings that one can trace in the Geet Kosh, are both Bhojpuri films.

The singers are Krishna Kalle and Suman Kalyanpur. The song is presented as a typical mujra session. It is a twin dance, and I am seeking help to identify the dancers on screen. Two names from the list of cast look very familiar. The names are Lakshmi Chhaaya and Madhmati. I request other knowledgeable friends and readers to confirm, or suggest the correct names.

And so continues the saga of sleepless nights. . .

Song – Kaanche Nindiya Jagaawe Bedardi Na Maane Rama  (Hamaar Sansaar) (1965) Singers – Krishna Kalle, Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – Shyam Sharma
Krishna Kalle + Suman Kalyanpur

Lyrics

aaaa aaaaaa aaaa
aaaaaaaa aaaa

haaaaaye..e..e..e

kaanche nindiya jagaa..aa..aawe rama
ae ji
kaanche nindiya jagaawe bedardi
na maane raama
kaanche nindiya jagaawe bedardi
na maane raama

aadhi aadhi ratiyaan julami ghar aawe
aadhi aadhi ratiyaan ji
aadhi aadhi ratiyaan ji
aadhi aadhi ratiyaan
julami ghar aawe
saanche dehiya jalaawe
ho oo oo oo
saanche nindiya jagaawe bedardi
na maane raama
kaanche nindiya jagaawe bedardi
na maane raama

ras ke lobhi maramio na jaane
lakh kahi mor kehnio na maane
ras ke lobhi maramio na jaane
lakh kahi mor kehnio na maane
ghaayal ji ke daradio na jaane
ghaayal ji ke daradio na jaane
daradio na jaane
kehnio na maane
aaaa aaaa haaye..ey..ey..ey…
saanche agia lgaawe ho raama
saanche agia lgaawe bedardi
na maane raama
kaanche nindiya jagaawe bedardi
na maane raama

dhai ke acharwa nidar naahi chhode
phiri phiri bairi je baiyyaan marode
dhai ke acharwa nidar naahi chhode
phiri phiri bairi je baiyyaan marode
ruslaap sainyyaan ji haath laage jode
ruslaap sainyyaan ji haath laage jode
haath laage jode
nidar naahi chhode
aaaa aaaa haaye..ey..ey..ey…
painyyaan padi ke manaawe ho rama
painyyaan padi ke manaawe bedardi
na maane raama
kaanche nindiya jagaawe
ho oo oo oo oo
kaanche nindiya jagaawe bedardi
na maane raama

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आsss आsssss आsss
आsssss आsss

हा॰॰आये॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए

कांचे निंदिया जगा॰॰आ॰॰आवे रामा
ए जी
कांचे निंदिया जगावे बेदर्दी
ना माने रामा
कांचे निंदिया जगावे बेदर्दी
ना माने रामा

आधी आधी रतियाँ जुलमी घर आवे
आधी आधी रतियाँ जी
आधी आधी रतियाँ जी
आधी आधी रतियाँ
जुलमी घर आवे
साँचे देहिया जलावे
हो ओ ओ ओ
साँचे निंदिया जगावे बेदर्दी
ना माने रामा
कांचे निंदिया जगावे बेदर्दी
ना माने रामा

रस के लोभी मरमिओ ना जाने
लाख कही मोर कहनीओ ना माने
रस के लोभी मरमिओ ना जाने
लाख कही मोर कहनीओ ना माने
घायल जी के दरदीओ ना जाने
घायल जी के दरदीओ ना जाने
दरदीओ ना जाने
कहनीओ ना माने
आsss आsss हाए॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए
साँचे अगिया लगावे हो रामा
साँचे अगिया लगावे बेदर्दी
ना माने रामा
कांचे निंदिया जगावे बेदर्दी
ना माने रामा

धई के अचरवा निडर नाही छोड़े
फिरी फिरी बैरी जे बँईय्यां मरोड़े
धई के अचरवा निडर नाही छोड़े
फिरी फिरी बैरी जे बँईय्यां मरोड़े
रुसलाप संईय्यां जी हाथ लागे जोड़े
रुसलाप संईय्यां जी हाथ लागे जोड़े
हाथ लागे जोड़े
निडर नाही छोड़े
आsss आsss हाए॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए

पंईय्यां पड़ी के मनावे हो रामा
पंईय्यां पड़ी के मनावे बेदर्दी
ना माने रामा
कांचे निंदिया जगावे
ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
कांचे निंदिया जगावे बेदर्दी
ना माने रामा

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This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Regulars may have noticed that very few posts have appeared in the blog for the last few days, especially from me, despite the last few days being holidays.

No, I was not busy elsewhere. I had sufficient time for the blog, but I spent that time on doing background work on the blog.

Majrooh Sultanpuri completed 1000 songs in the blog as a lyricist on 1 october 2017, which was his birth anniversary. It was on the morning of that day that it struck me that I should go through the entire filmography of Majrooh Sultanpuri and write an article based on that. It took me nearly four days before I found myself prepared with my data about Majrooh Sultanpuri.

Instead of discussing all that information in one huge article, I have decided to break that up in smaller chunks of information to be discussed over several articles.

Majrooh Sultanpuri began his career as a HFM lyricist in 1946 and he continued writing lyrics till his death in 2000. That works out to an amazing career of 55 years !

One would feel badly let down if one decides to look up at the wikipedia entry for Majrooh Sultanpuri. Majrooh Sultanpuri, one of the biggest name amomg lyricists (if not the biggest) during the golden era of HFM deserved much better researched writeup than what is available in wikipedia. The wikipedia page mentions some 15 music directors with whom Majrooh Sultanpuri and picks Anand Milind and Jatin Lalit for special mention as notable collaborators with Majrooh Sultanpuri. That is blasphemy of the highest order !

The blasphemy continues further on the wikipedia page where it is mentions that Majrooh Sultanpuri worked with R D Burman in just nine films !

To put things in perspective, Majrooh Sultanpuri worked with 55 music directors according to my count. He penned songs in over 300 movies (the exact number is not known to me , though it is over 315). Various sources give figures of over 2000 songs for Majrooh Sultanpuri.

I went through the listings of HFGK part II to part V and noted down the detailed break up of all the songs penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri. For songs penned after 1980, I do not have any HFGK to go by. Something on the lines of HFGK has recently been printed recently for songs between 1981 to 1990, and that can be considered HFGK part VI, but I do not have that book with me at present. So, I have relied upon online sources, hoping that their information is accurate.

After counting all the songs, I feel that Majrooh Sultanpuri may have penned just over 1800 songs during his career. My estimate is lower than the estimates put up by other sources. I will discuss the break up of Majrooh Sultanpuri in detail in my writeups running into a few articles, beginning with this one.

The first movie where Majrooh Sultanpuri got to write lyrics was “Shahjahaan” (1946). Naushad was the music director. It was a K L Saigal starrer movie. So Majrooh Sultanpuri had the privilege of writing lyrics that were sung by K L Saigal. One of these sogs also had the voice of an up and coming singer caller Mohammad Rafi.

“Shahjahaan”(1946) had ten songs in it. Majrooh Sultanpuri penned seven of them. Majrooh Sultanpuri worked with Naushad in a total of nine movies. The break up is:

Naushad with Majrooh Sultanpuri
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S No Movie Year Songs in the movie Songs in the blog Songs by Majrooh Majrooh songs in the blog Remarks
1. Shahjahaan 1946 10 10 7 7 Movie YIPPEED
2. Keemat 1946 9 9 9 9 Movie YIPPEED
3. Naatak 1947 10 10 1 1 Movie YIPPEED
4. Andaaz 1949 10 10 10 10 Movie YIPPEED
5. Saathi 1968 8 8 8 8 Movie YIPPEED
6. Taangewaala 1972 7 2 7 2
7. Chambal Ki Raani 1979 4 1 2 1
8. Dharam Kaanta 1982 6 2 6 2
9. Guddu 1995 7 0 7 0
Total 71 52 57 40

Thus we see that Majrooh Sultanpuri penned 57 songs for Naushad in nine movies. 40 of these songs have been covered in the blog. Five out of these nine movies are already YIPPEED.

The second music director with whom Majrooh Sultanpuri worked was Ghulam Mohammad. They came together for the first time in “Doli”(1947). They worked together in six movies, with “Paakeeza””(1971) being their last collaboration.

Ghulam Mohammad with Majrooh Sultanpuri
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S No Movie Year Songs in the movie Songs in the blog Songs by Majrooh Majrooh songs in the blog Remarks
1. Doli 1947 9 3 4 1
2. Mehndi 1947 8 5 1 0
3. Hanste Aansoo 1950 11 6 3 2
4. Sheesha 1952 8 8 2 2 Movie YIPPEED
5. Do Gunde 1959 7 7 7 7 Movie YIPPEED
6. Paakeezaa 1971 9 9 2 2 Movie YIPPEED
Total 52 38 19 14

The next music directoror with whom Majrooh Sultanpuri got to work were Husnlal Bhagatram. They first came together in Romeo Juliet (1947) followed by Sartaj (1950) and Shama Parwaana (1954).

Husnlal Bhagatram with Majrooh Sultanpuri
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S No Movie Year Songs in the movie Songs in the blog Songs by Majrooh Majrooh songs in the blog Remarks
1. Romeo Juliet 1947 8 3 1 0
2. Sartaaj 1950 9 3 6 3
3. Shama Parwaana 1954 11 11 11 11
Total 28 17 18 14

Ram Ganguly was the next music director who worked with Majrooh Sultanpuri. It was just one song, out of 8, in “Aag” (1948) that was penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri.

Ram Ganguly with Majrooh Sultanpuri
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S No Movie Year Songs in the movie Songs in the blog Songs by Majrooh Majrooh songs in the blog Remarks
1. Aag 1948 8 8 1 1 Raat ko jee chamken taare

Bulo C Rani worked with Majrooh Sultanpuri in three movies, viz. “Anjuman”(1948), “Najaare” (1949) and “Pyaar Ki Baaten” (1951)

Bulo C Rani with Majrooh Sultanpuri
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S No Movie Year Songs in the movie Songs in the blog Songs by Majrooh Majrooh songs in the blog Remarks
1. Anjuman 1948 12 4 12 4
2. Najaare 1949 16 2 2 0
3. Pyaar Ki Baaten 1951 11 8 1 1
Total 39 14 15 5

Vasant Desai worked with Majrooh Sultanpuri in “Sona” (1948) where one song was penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri. Their second and final collaboration was ten years later where all the seven songs were penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri in “Ardhaangini” (1958)

Vasant Desai with Majrooh Sultanpuri
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S No Movie Year Songs in the movie Songs in the blog Songs by Majrooh Majrooh songs in the blog Remarks
1. Sona 1948 8 0 1 0
2. Ardhaangini 1958 7 7 7 7
Total 15 7 8 7

Pt Govindram worked with Majrooh Sultanpuri just once, viz in “Nisbat” (1949).

Pt Govindram with Majrooh Sultanpuri
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S No Movie Year Songs in the movie Songs in the blog Songs by Majrooh Majrooh songs in the blog Remarks
1. Nisbat 1949 8 3 4 2

Naashaad worked with Majrooh Sultanpuri in two movies, viz. “Daada” (1949) and “Darwaaza” (1954).

Naashaad with Majrooh Sultanpuri
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S No Movie Year Songs in the movie Songs in the blog Songs by Majrooh Majrooh songs in the blog Remarks
1. Daada 1949 10 6 2 1
2. Darwaaza 1954 8 5 4 3
Total 18 11 6 4

Anil Biswas worked with Majrooh in eight movies, beginning with the musical blockbuster “Aarzoo” (1950).

Anil Biswas with Majrooh Sultanpuri
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S No Movie Year Songs in the movie Songs in the blog Songs by Majrooh Majrooh songs in the blog Remarks
1. Aarzoo 1950 9 9 7 7
2. Aakaash 1953 7 6 1 1
3. Fareb 1953 8 8 8 8
4. Hamdard 1953 9 9 1 1
5. Jalliyanwaala Baag Ki Jyoti 1953 7 1 1 0
6. Waaris 1954 10 6 4 4
7. Heer 1956 14 14 11 11
8. Paisa Hi Paisa 1956 10 5 10 5
Total 74 58 43 37

Thus one can see that Majrooh Sultanpuri collaborated with nine music directors in the decade of 1940s. Overall, he worked in 16 movies in 1940s and he penned 71 songs in these movies. 47 of these songs have been covered in the blog.

Here is as yet un discussed Majrooh sultanpuri song from 1940s. this song is from “Dada'(1949). It is sung by Shamshad Begam and Surinder Kaur. This song, the seventh from the movie to appear in the blog, is the second and final song penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri for this movie.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

In this part of the discussion of Majrooh Sultanpuri related statistics, I have covered the nine music directors who worked with Majrooh Sultanpuri in 1940s. In the next part, I will cover those music directors who began collaborating with Majrooh Sultanpuri from 1950s. I request our readers to point our errors/ additional facts etc in the data presented here.


Song-Aa jaao phir zara meri bigdi ko banaane (Dada)(1949) Singers-Shamshad Begam, Surinder Kaur, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Naashaad

Lyrics

o o o
aa jaao zara
aa jaao zara
phir meri bigdi ko banaane
aa jaao zara
dukh dard ke kisse hain bahut tumko sunaane
aa jaao zara
aa jaao zara
phir meri bigdi ko banaane
aa jaao zara

ujdi huyi duniya ko bhala kaise basaaun
khoyi hui kismat ko kahaan dhoondhne jaaun
dhoondhne jaaun
main dard bhari
dard bhare mere fasaane
hai kaun mera
hai kaun jo aaye
meri bigdi ko banaane
hai kaun mera

ulfat ko zamaane ki hawa raas na aayi
dil deta hai ro ro ke
tumhaari hi duhaai
haay duhaai
jeena hai ghazab haaye
sitam hain ye zamaane
aa jaao zara
aa jaao zara
phir meri bigdi ko banaane
aa jaao zara

dil tod diya hai ki
tamanna bhi na machle
bedard zamaane ki tarah
wo bhi to nikle
insaan nahin wo jo
mera dard na jaane
hai kaun mera
hai kaun
jo aaye meri bigdi ko banaane
aa jaao zara


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

This post celebrates the 1000th song of Majrooh Sultanpuri on our blog.

rok sakta hamen zindaan e balaa kya majrooh
hum to awaaz hain deewaaron se chhan jaate hain

Powerful lines, written while he was in prison – no, not under the British rule; that happened back in 1946-47. This was a second time he was imprisoned c1950-51, under the regime of a free India. A poet with leftist leanings, his progressive writings were considered a threat by the British regime (which is understandable), and also considered a threat by then government of Morarji Desai (in Bombay). A song titled ‘Aman Ka Jhanda’ was sung at a meeting of poor labor class workers in the Parel area. Being the author, and the on stage presenter of this song, drew the ire of the establishment, and arrest warrants were issued in his name. He was arrested after being underground for some time, and sentenced to one year imprisonment. Morarji Desai suggested that he may render an apology for his writings, and he would be a free man. In response, the young revolutionary poet wrote this couplet.

rok sakta hamen zindaan e balaa kya majrooh
hum to awaaz hain deewaaron se chhan jaate hain

No walls of a prison
No tyranny of a jailer
Has the power to bind me
I am the voice (of conscience)
That permeates through
The walls of confinement
[Note: zindaan = jailer]

Remembering Majrooh Sb on the 98th anniversary of his birth today (1st October).

When born in 1919, he was named Asraar ul Hasan Khan. His father, who worked in the Police department, wanted him to have the traditional education, and learn to be a doctor. The young Asraar studied at the traditional Masrasa, and took up Unaani medicine, to become a ‘hakeem’. These are efforts made by the worldly wise in the family, to get the young man settled in life. But the voice of the revolutionary poet turned to be more strong and it was his shaayari that ascended to claim his life to be its own. Influenced and encouraged by the stalwarts of his era, namely Faiz, Majaaz and Jigar Moradabaadi, he found himself to be much more at home in mushairas and gatherings of writers. He came to Bombay to participate in one such gathering of poets. AR Kardar was present at this mushaira. The impressions made led to a meeting between Kardar, Naushad and this young poet. The outcome was the songs of the film ‘Shahjehan’. The rest, as is often said, is history.

The innings lasted for five and a half decades, probably the longest inning by a songwriter in the Hindi film industry. The body of work consists of more than 2300 songs written for almost 350 films over a period of 55 years. Songs that have entertained generation after generation of movie buffs and radio listeners. The longevity and the creativity can be gauged from the popularity of his writings at the two ends of this long 55 year spectrum. At one end of this spectrum are gems like “Yun To Aapas Mein Bigadte Hain Khafaa Hotey Hain” (‘Andaaz’, 1949) and “Sun Sun Sun Sun Zaalima. . .” (‘Aar Paar’, 1954), and at the other end are the contemporary innovative hits like “Baahon Ke Darmiaan. . .” (‘Khamoshi – The Musical’, 1996) and “Ae, Kya Bolti Tu. . . Aati Kya Khandaala” (‘Ghulam’, 1998). And in between these two ends are crammed a couple of thousand popular hit songs across the decades, that cannot be justifiably dealt with in a single article.

Romanticism apart, the writings of Majrooh touch upon the variety of human sentiments, and have carried an attraction that has appealed to generations. His creativity and his touch of the current in-vogue sentimentalism made him a successful partner of four generations of music directors from Naushad and Ghulam Mohammed all the way to Jatin-Lalit and AR Rahman. That is a prowess and a success that probably no other songwriter in the industry can lay a claim to.

For today’s celebration, I have picked this Mukesh – Usha Mangeshkar duet from the 1966 film ‘Mere Lal’. The music is created by the duo of Laxmikant Pyaarelal. Another significant reason to celebrate today’s anniversary is that we are on the 1,000th post of Majrooh Sb’s songs on our blog. Back in 1993, Majrooh Sb became the first songwriter in the film industry to be honored with the coveted Dada Saheb Phalke Award. And today, he becomes the first songwriter to breach the 1000th milestone on our blog.
[Note: Rajinder Krishan is very close, also in the 990s. The next closest is Anand Bakshi, still a little further behind at 875.]

Today’s song is a roadside tamasha song, as we see a roving entertainer with his trained monkey’s act, present a performance to the roadside public. And now we have a film song to go along with it. 🙂 The singing voices are of Mukesh and Usha Mangeshkar. The latter is singing for assistant of the lead performer.

In the video clip, we hear two antaraas. However, the longer more complete song is available as an audio clip only. Also, the Geet Kosh lists this song twice, and apparently, the second reprise of the song in the film is a solo sung by Usha Mangeshkar. This reprise has only one antaraa, which is a repeat of the first antaraa of the main part of this song. The lyrics noted are based on the longer audio version of the song.

I request the more knowledgeable readers to help identify this performer duo who enact this song on screen.

Note: Avinash ji informs us that the young assistant lip syncing the voice of Usha Mangeshkar, is Mahesh Kothare, who was later active in the Marathi film industry as an actor, producer and director.

Video

Audio (Longer)

Song – Jab Tak Ye Sansaar Nachaaye  (Mere Lal) (1966) Singer – Mukesh, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal
Mukesh + Usha Mangeshkar

 

Lyrics (Based on the longer audio version)

Part 1
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

jab tak ye sansaar nachaaye
jab tak ye sansaar
jab tak ye sansaar nachaaye
jhoom jhoom kar naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

jab tak ye sansaar nachaaye
jhoom jhoom kar naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

arre waah mere baanke
naacho isi latak se
lachkaayo re qamariya
o zara aur matak ke
jag tujh pe hanse to
chal sar ko jhatak ke
zara aur mazey mein
pyaare thumak thumak ke
sar par topi laal sajaaye
sar par topi laal
sar par topi laal sajaaye
moonch taan kar naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

tauba tera mukhda
haaye teri jawaani
o tera naach jo dekhe
prem nagar ki rani
mar jaaye sun sun ke
teri ghunghroo ki baani
andhi hai ye duniya
teri qadar na jaani
tujhko kya koi aaye na aaye
tujhko kya..aa
tujhko kya koi aaye na aaye
ghunghroo baandh ke naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

arre dekh rukey naa
chaahe bahey paseena
o teri raah takey hai
kahin koi haseena
sapnon mein basar ho
chaahe kai maheena
shiqwa mat kariyo
pyaare yahi hai jeena
jab tak pag betaal na jaaye
jab tak pag betaal
jab tak pag betaal na jaaye
yun hi umar bhar naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

jab tak ye sansaar nachaaye
jab tak ye sansaar
jab tak ye sansaar nachaaye
jhoom jhoom kar naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

Part 2
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

jab tak ye sansaar nachaaye
jab tak ye sansaar
jab tak ye sansaar nachaaye
jhoom jhoom kar naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

jab tak ye sansaar nachaaye
jhoom jhoom kar naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

arre waah mere baanke
naacho isi latak se
lachkaayo re qamariya
o zara aur matak ke
jag tujh pe hanse to
chal sar ko jhatak ke
zara aur mazey mein
pyaare thumak thumak ke
sar par topi laal sajaaye
sar par topi laal
sar par topi laal sajaaye
moonch taan kar naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————————————

भाग १
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

जब तक ये संसार नचाए
जब तक ये संसार
जब तक ये संसार नचाए
झूम झूम के नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

जब तक ये संसार नचाए
झूम झूम के नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

अरे वाह मेरे बाँके
नाचो इसी लटक से
लचकायो रे कमरिया
ओ ज़रा और मटक के
जग तुझ पे हँसे तो
चल सर को झटक के
ज़रा और मज़े में
प्यारे ठुमक ठुमक के
सर पर टोपी लाल सजाये
सर पर टोपी लाल
सर पर टोपी लाल सजाये
मूंछ तान कर नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

तौबा तेरा मुखड़ा
हाए तेरी जवानी
ओ तेरा नाच जो देखे
प्रेम नगर की रानी
मर जाये सुन सुन के
तेरी घुँघरू की बानी
अंधी है ये दुनिया
तेरी कदर ना जानी
तुझको क्या कोई आए ना आए
तुझको क्या
तुझको क्या कोई आए ना आए
घुँघरू बांध कर नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

अरे देख रुके ना
चाहे बहे पसीना
ओ तेरी राह तके है
कहीं कोई हसीना
सपनों में बसर हो
चाहे कई महीना
शिकवा मत करियो
प्यारे यही है जीना
जब तक पग बेताल ना जाये
जब तक पग बेताल
जब तक पग बेताल ना जाये
यूं ही उमर भर नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

जब तक ये संसार नचाए
जब तक ये संसार
जब तक ये संसार नचाए
झूम झूम के नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

भाग २
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

जब तक ये संसार नचाए
जब तक ये संसार
जब तक ये संसार नचाए
झूम झूम के नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

जब तक ये संसार नचाए
झूम झूम के नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

अरे वाह मेरे बाँके
नाचो इसी लटक से
लचकायो रे कमरिया
ओ ज़रा और मटक के
जग तुझ पे हँसे तो
चल सर को झटक के
ज़रा और मज़े में
प्यारे ठुमक ठुमक के
सर पर टोपी लाल सजाये
सर पर टोपी लाल
सर पर टोपी लाल सजाये
मूंछ तान कर नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या


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“Daaera”(1953) was produced and directed by Kamal Amrohi for Kamal Pictures, Bombay. the movie had Meena Kumari, Nasir Khan, Kumar, Roopmala, Nana Palsikar, Protima Devi, Kammo, Jankidas, H Prakash, Romesh Kapoor, Zarina etc in it.
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“Daaera”(1953) was produced and directed by Kamal amrohi for Kamal Pictures, Bombay. the movie had Meena Kumari, Nasir Khan, Kumar, Roopmala, Nana Palsikar, Protima Devi, Kammo, Jankidas, H Prakash, Romesh Kapoor, Zarina etc in it.
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“Batwaara”(1961) was directed by Karunesh Thakur for Deep and Sandeep Productions, Bombay. The movie had Pradeep Kumar, Nirupa Roy, Rehman, Shashikala, Jawahar Kaul, Jabeen Jaleel, Leela Chitnis, Wasti, Jagdeesh Sethi etc in it.
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“Teesri Gali” (1958) was directed by Kundan Kumar for Radiant movies production. The movie had Shyama, Abhi Bhattacharya, Prem Adeeb, Gope, Mohan Choti, Kammo, Neeru, Leela Mishra, Nagpal, Bhagwan Sinha, Dubey, Panchotia, Ramlal Pahalwan, Arya Kumar, C N Kapoor etc in it.
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“China Town”(1962) was produced and directed by Shakti Samant for Shakti films, Bombay. The movie had Shammi Kapoor, Shakila, Helen, Madan Puri, S N Bannerji, Mridula, Jeewankala, Gautam Mukherji, Kanu Roy, Shetty, Samson, Keshav, Khursheed, Tuntun, Rasheed Khan, Polson, F C Chang, Khatana, Fazal, Abdul, Lydia, Deendayal, Balaram, Ranjeet Sood, Shamsher Singh, Master aziz, Master Aslam, Aruna, Ram Reddy, Bina, Mauji Singh, B Bannerji, Bhattacharya, Minu, Mohan, Omi etc in it.
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This article is written by Peevesie’s Mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Hullo to all in Atuldom

If it is a post by me then it has to be someone’s’ birthday.

It is 8thSeptember. Our beloved Asha Bhonsle’s 84thbirthday. So let me wish her a very Happy Birthday with this very lively number from her Non- Film album ‘Janam Samjha Karo’ (1997). I just thought that it will be a lovely departure from routine to showcase the versatility of the forever young-at-heart Asha.
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Today (7 august 2017) is the festival of Raakhi aka rakshabandhan. This festival is being celebrated from time immemorial, may be for more than two thousand years or so. Some interesting tales regarding this festival are mentioned in various sources. It would see that amulets were tied by women on men (not necessarily their brothers) for mens’ protection in ancient times. It was later that this practice took the present day form of sisters tying it on brothers’ wrist.
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